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s.en.se. / Measuring-Unit for Saws

s.en.se.
s.en.se.

s.en.se. is an adaptive measuring-unit for circular saws. It extends, complements and simplifies the functions of saws, especially former models. The central function is the measuring of the saw blade. Contactless induction sensors register the saw blade and output the data of height and inclination in an interface.
Thus the user is capable to indirectly influence the machine because the saw can be exactly adjusted by the measured data. An angle cut unit working in combination with the measuring element allows the reaping of ridges and borders in different angles and is at the same time an instep system for large-size cuttings.

University

Fachhochschule Aachen

Fachhochschule Aachen
Aachen, Germany

Design

Philipp Scheidtmann

Philipp Scheidtmann
Stuttgart, Germany